Sheffield Park Academy Pupil Premium Funding 2017-18 - page 6-7

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Pupil Premium Strategy:
In academic year 2016-17 the Pupil Premium at Sheffield Park Academy was spent as follows:
Spend
Improve-
ment Focus
Amount Al-
located
Purpose and impact
EEF Toolkit Strand / Evaluation
Attendance
team salary
contribution
Attainment
and progress
£42,768
Attendance Team - Attendance of disadvantaged pupils is less than
their non-disadvantaged peers, both locally and nationally. Contribu-
tion towards cost of maintaining a data driven, mobile and well-re-
sourced Attendance Team to drive improvements in the attendance
of PP pupils, which will subsequently impact upon their progress and
attainment.
Literacy and
learning sup-
port
Attainment
and progress
£24,257
English Learning Support – provision of specialist learning mentor
within English department to enable 1:1 and small group tuition as
well as to provide in-class support for targeted groups.
School Li-
brary
Literacy
£32,796
Librarian's salary x 1 FTE - Librarian given performance management
targets that include supporting literacy and language acquisition and
raising reading ages of disadvantaged pupils. Librarian also responsi-
ble for the administration of the STAR accelerated reading pro-
gramme.
Engagement
officers
Behaviour
and engage-
ment
£64,625
Engagement Officers - Provision of pastoral support to improve be-
haviour, establish more positive relationships between pupils and
their peers / teachers and to engage them in learning. Particular fo-
cus on disadvantaged pupils who account for a disproportionate
amount of low level disruptive behaviour incidents, impeding learn-
ing and progress.
Careers/
Sheffield fu-
tures
Cultural gap
£34861
Careers Coordinator / CEIAG provision through Sheffield Futures - To
support the social and cultural development of disadvantaged pupils
by providing bespoke CEIAG that expands their horizons in terms of
their future career opportunities and the steps that they will need to
take to access them.
Learning
support and
access to
curriculum
Emotional
well-being
£46,331
EWB Staff x 2 to provide support to most vulnerable pupils and to
provide a ‘key worker’ link between school, families and CAMHS /
MAST services both on-site and witnin NHS / local authority provi-
sions.
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